Chromosome 14 open reading frame 104, also known as kintoun, is a protein that in humans is encode by the KTU gene. [1 ] The now official name is DNAAF2 [2 ]
Function [ edit ]
Kintoun is a highly conserved protein involved in the preassembly of
dynein arm complexes which power cilia. These complexes are found in some cilia and are assembled in the cytoplasm prior to transport for ciliogenesis. [3 ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Entrez Gene: chromosome 14 open reading frame 104".
^ Omran H, Kobayashi D, Olbrich H, Tsukahara T, Loges NT, Hagiwara H, Zhang Q, Leblond G, O'Toole E, Hara C, Mizuno H, Kawano H, Fliegauf M, Yagi T, Koshida S, Miyawaki A, Zentgraf H, Seithe H, Reinhardt R, Watanabe Y, Kamiya R, Mitchell DR, Takeda H (December 2008). "Ktu/PF13 is required for cytoplasmic pre-assembly of axonemal dyneins". Nature 456 (7222): 611–6. doi: 10.1038/nature07471. PMID 19052621.
^ Online 'Mendelian Inheritance in Man' (OMIM) 612517
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